A Dive in the Archives
Sometimes when it's been a long time since I've taken photographs, I go through my archives, hunting for RAW material to process with new eyes. I usually find something. Today I have flipped through about half of the Galapagos albums, searching for images that I didn't process the first time. It's a good way to spend a dull day, bringing back good memories and letting me look at images in a new way.
Some of the images I found when treasure hunting today. First a Galapagos Sea Lion male on North Seymour, working hard to keep track of those females of his:
A brown pelican on North Seymour
Then another Blue footed booby (also North Seymour)
A magnificent frigatebird following after the boat on the way to North Seymour
Another Brown pelican, this time on San Christobal
A lava lizard on Bartolomè
I have also put together a couple of video clips of the courting waved albatrosses on Española. I appologise for the party music, but after all it's Saturday - and I found it best to mute our comments!
I think also it might be a good idea to bring a sturdy tripod when shooting video... Hand held and telelens is not the ideal video combo! Learning, learning...
Thank you for watching. All other images are in the Galapagos album.
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